Bigg Boss 14: Eijaz Khan tells Jasmin Bhasin tales of leopards near his father’s residence
In an Extra Masala clip of Bigg Boss 14, Eijaz Khan was seen telling a story of leopards near his father’s residence to Jasmin Bhasin.
Every day in the house of Bigg Boss 14 is filled with conflicts, anger and arguments amongst the participants. However, there are times when the housemates talk about various things apart from the competition of the show which not only help them to relax but also the audience. In an Extra Masala clip shared by Voot, Eijaz Khan was seen telling Jasmin Bhasin a tale about leopards eating dogs near his residence and how monkeys have evolved.
Eijaz starts the conversation by telling Jasmin that his father lives next to Borivali National Park and right behind their building, there are Borivali mountains. He then says that “Earlier, leopards used to come during the night around 3-4 AM to eat dogs. Dogs used to bark a lot and one of the voices of a dog gets succumbed. It was very normal as it became a scenario of every other night.” This conversation then switched to Eijaz talking about how monkeys near his father’s residence have adapted to new techniques of getting food.
Eijaz then further tells that everyone at his father’s residence has installed grills on their gates for security. Hence, the monkeys of the area have come up with a solution. He said, “The tiniest monkey goes through the grills and passes fruits and food items to a medium-sized monkey waiting on the other side of the grill who in turn passes the food items to a bigger monkey on the tree. And this goes on like a train.” Hearing this, Jasmin also shares an incident where she saw a monkey sitting in the sofa of her house and eating fruits out of a bowl on its lap. This conversation is further taken by Jaan Kumar Sanu, who was eating next to Nikki Tamboli and he talked about how monkeys use sticks in the jungle to defend themselves. He also spoke about how the monkeys have learnt to do that by humans. To which, Jasmin says that “In a few years, monkeys might take over humans.”